One Person Killed In Seminole County Crash

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One person was killed in a crash Tuesday (Feb. 4) in Seminole County, Okla., according to an Oklahoma Department of Public Safety news release.

The accident happened on U.S. 377 one mile south of Bowlegs when a 2006 Chevy pickup traveling south on the the highway attempted to pass another vehicle but lost control and slammed into a 1996 Lincoln traveling north on the road.

The driver of the Lincoln was pinned for about 1 hour and 15 minutes before being removed by a Seminole Fire and Rescue Unit.

The driver, identified as Daniel Dillon, was declared dead at the scene from multiple injuries, while the driver of the pickup was transported to Seminole Hospital, then was treated and released.

3 comments

  • John

    As typically seen, someone kills yet another innocent person while have no restrain in the name of safety just to pass another car to get to your destination 5 seconds sooner.

    I hope the poor innocent person who lost his life didn’t suffer.

    This is horrible and my prayers go out to the family.

    Hopefully the driver that killed this man reaches out to the innocent family and at least pays for the burial of the poor soul that was killed.

    This just makes me sick.
    I have lost an immediate family member this same way and we had zero help on the funeral. This financial burden is the last thing that the grieving wife and kids need right now.

  • sheila

    Teddy Stankiewicz<<<<<< 20 yrs old…. did this!!!!why try to pass anyone on ice an snow covered roads???? an didn't you have a clear view of oncoming traffic???? this really sickens me!!!! were you only thinking of yourself???? danny was a good person, lived a good clean life….you need to live with this forever!!!

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